Ben Hodges. Interview
Ex-commander of the US Army in Europe (2014-2017), on the importance of long-range weapons supplies to Ukraine, why Ukraine's victory will not be final without the de-occupation of Crimea, and on the threat of Russia's use of nuclear weapons.
Leon Panetta. Interview
United States Secretary of Defense (2011-2013), Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (2009-2011), speaks about the chances for Ukraine to win the war in 2023 and what is needed to achieve this.
John Herbst. Interview
Interview of the US ambassador to Ukraine (2003-2006), senior director of the Eurasia Center of the Atlantic Council, John Herbst, about the bipartisan support of the Congress and the supply of arms to Ukraine.
Katharina von Schnurbein. Interview
European Commission Coordinator on combatting Antisemitism, at the Kyiv Jewish Forum refuted claims of Russian officials of the war as an act of "denazification" of Ukraine.
Oleksandr Rodnyanski. Interview
At the Kyiv Jewish Forum filmmaker Oleksandr Rodnyanski spoke about the Ukrainian identity, that unites freedom-loving people of different ethnic or religious background.
Andrey Stavnitser. Interview
Co-owner of TIS, founder of Superhumans, spoke at the Kyiv Jewish Forum about how business can help overcome the challenges of war.
Vadim Morokhovski. Interview
The chairman of the board of Vostok bank Vadym Morokhovski speaks at the Kyiv Jewish Forum about the plans to hold the world exhibition Expo-2030 in Odesa.
Panel: World Jewry's Role in Ukraine
At the Kyiv Jewish Forum experts discussed how invaluable support by global Jewish community helps Ukraine to withstand tha Russian aggression. Featuring Ksenia Svetlova, Former member of the Israeli Knesset, executive director of ROPES, and nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, Natan Sharansky, Israeli politician, human rights activist, and David Harris, Former CEO of the AJC.
Panel: The Russian-Iranian Axis:
At the Kyiv Jewish Forum, experts discussed the strengthening of cooperation between Iran and Russia, as well as the Western world's response to this challenge. With the participation of Michael Doran, Senior Fellow and Director, Center for Peace and Security in the Middle East, Emanuele Ottolenghi, Senior Fellow with the Foundation for Defense of Democracies in Washington, DC and Mark Levin, Executive Vice Chairman and CEO of NCSEJ.
Panel: Ukrainian-centric post-war world
Experts at the Kyiv Jewish Forum discussed the new subjectivity of Ukraine and the trends set by the Ukrainian state in the international arena. Featuring Myhailo Podolyak, Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, Vladimir Fedorin, Head of the Forbes Ukraine and Valerii Pekar, Vice President of the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, President of the Euroindex Exhibition Company.
Panel: Ukraine after the war
At the Kyiv Jewish Forum, experts analyzed the principles by which Ukraine should function after victory in order to leave the consequences of the war in the past. Featuring Georgii Logvynskyi, Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (2017-2018), Moshe Reuven Azman, Chief Rabbi of Ukraine and Oleg Vishniakov, Honorary Consul of the State of Israel in Western Ukraine.
Panel: The New Ukraine
At the Kyiv Jewish Forum, experts discussed how the war will change the Ukrainian state and from whom Ukraine can take an example. Featuring Boris Lozhkin, President of the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine, Khatia Dekanoidze, Chair of the 'Strength Is in Unity' (SIU) Faction at the Parliament of Georgia, Robert Singer, Chairman Center for Jewish Impact and Member of Governing Board of CAM and Borys Gudziak, Rector and president of the Ukrainian Catholic University.